Lillie Cohen hates Rex Utah for abandoning her six years ago after taking her virginity and leaving her pregnant. To heal her broken heart, she dedicates her life to running the family cattle ranch with her father. But when she learns Rex is back in town and about to hang for a murder he didn’t commit, she is forced to rescue her son’s father and help him clear his name.
Rex Utah regrets the day he disappeared from the Cohen Ranch, leaving behind the only woman he ever loved. When he returns to seek forgiveness from her and ease his conscience, he is faced with a hard-nosed cowgirl who has a son to match.
But someone is trying to keep them apart. Can they put differences aside and fight for the love they once had, or will they die trying?
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A western story of reconciliation
Rex returned to town only to be accused of bank robbery and murder.
Lily has mourned over his leaving for the last six years. She has good reason to be angry at him.
I struggled to like Rex at the beginning since he had so many strokes against him including sleeping with multiple prostitutes even when he loved Lily. Maybe it’s the western genre but it was a bit of a turn off. However of course Rex has to redeem himself.